Landcare and other groups and organisations undertake works throughout most of the year; whether it's spraying and removing weeds to planting trees and fencing.
There are a number of ways you can become involved in Landcare through a variety of activities including:
- Planting vegetation
- Direct seeding
- Manual removal of weeds
- Spraying (hand spraying and large scale spraying)
- Running a workshop
- Joining a committee
- Act as Project Coordinator for activities
- Be involved in your group's administration:
- Book keeping
- Writing newsletters or articles
To find your local Landcare group, refer to the Victorian Landcare Gateway website
Keeping an eye on woodland birds
Declining woodland bird species the Red-capped Robin is back in the Ararat Hills.
Drought Crew chip in at Cemetery Creek
How long-time landcarer Aileen Banfield got involved revegetating Cemetary Creek and why she's thankful the Glenelg Hopkins CMA Ararat Drought Crew have chipped in to help her group stay on top of the weeds there.
Nelson Coastcare Inc.
Nelson Coastcare Inc. has been in operation since the end of 2010. The reasons for this volunteer group being established came about for two basic reasons.
CMA celebrates International Volunteers Day
On International Volunteer Day, Saturday 5 December, Glenelg Hopkins Catchment Management Authority celebrated the valuable contribution volunteers make to create a better future for our regional community and natural environment
4th South West Landcare Gathering
To be held on 28th May 2015 at the Hawkesdale Memorial Hall
2015 Victorian Landcare Awards - Entries Now Open
Calling for entries from Landcarers working on Sustainable farming, Coastcare,Junior Landcare, Indigenous land management and much more.With nine national categories, there is certain to be one to fit any kind of Landcare project.
ENTRIES CLOSE ON 21 JUNE 2015
VLC Regional Forum
The Victorian Landcare Council (VLC) Regional Forum will be held at Dunkeld on the weekend of May 8 to 10.